Symone Stephens-Morgan, art therapist, has recently joined the team. She works using traditional media and has experience of digital media and using adaptive technologies for children and young people with disability. She will be working with both individual students and small groups.
Art therapists use the creative process to help their clients increase insight, cope with stress, work through traumatic experiences, increase cognitive, memory and neurosensory abilities, improve interpersonal relationships and achieve greater self-fulfillment. The activities an art therapist may include paint, clay, pastels, crayons, collage, messy play, mixed media, photography, and digital media
Other members of the team also incorporate art based activities in their therapeutic approach.